Your views matter, help us improve My Stroke Guide

Alex
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As we grow My Stroke Guide, it’s vital that we capture our users' feedback and suggestions to better develop it into the best resource and support tool for stroke survivors, their carers and loved ones.

As we grow My Stroke Guide, it’s vital that we capture our users' feedback and suggestions to better develop it into the best resource and support tool for stroke survivors, their carers and loved ones.

For some time now, My Stroke Guide has become an important support tool for many who are recovering after stroke, and a great resource for their carers and loved ones so they can better understand the changes that stroke brings to daily life.

During the height of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we saw a surge in people registering for an account. More people were also writing to us, and there was more interaction on the forum than what we would usually expect. 

As more people are joining the forums, we saw an opportunity to get more users involved in how we further develop My Stroke Guide. For example, we received feedback about the homepage and then we decided it was time to re-design it since then we have seen far more positive feedback.

Now, we are turning our attention to arguably the most popular feature; the forum and would like to do the same. 

With plans to move the forum onto another platform, we would love to hear what you think so we can better help you get the most out of My Stroke Guide.

We would like to form a group of users who can help us in testing and provide valuable feedback and suggestions on our developments. 

Your views matter, help us by taking our My Stroke Guide forum survey, or you can register your interest by writing to us at mystrokeguide@stroke.org.uk.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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